Saturday, January 19, 2008

Daniel Pipes: Can the Leopard Change Its Spots?

Daniel Pipes: Can the Leopard Change Its Spots? Very few Israelis still worry about the unfinished business of getting the Arabs to accept the permanence of the Jewish state. -- Daniel Pipes Once you get past some facts (smokescreen) that all who love Israel could agree on, the bottom-line of CFR Daniel Pipes is the pipe dream that the Palestinians accept the state of Jews (it s not a Jewish state) and live in peace beside it in Palestine. Daniel Pipe continues to be a wolf in sheep s clothing. To continue to mislead folks to hope and trust in Nazi-Muslims to renounce their vows of genocide against the Jews, their phased destruction of the Jewish Homeland by any means possible, terrorist or political, is utterly insane and treacherous. Did the United States wait to win over the Nazis? Didn t we beat them into submission (since they demanded it) and then dictate the terms of peace, and enforce peace through strength, having won the war? Yes, Israel avoids victory by refusing to face the harsh reality there s a war going on and if they don t win it, they ll lose it. May Israel wake up from those who would keep them sleepwalking into a CFR trap (that includes international peacekeepers who will brutally betray Jerusalem and backstab Jerusalem), drugged on delusions of peace that will never materialize, and decide to win. For Israel to win, it is necessary for the Israeli leaders to confess Kahane was right and implement his biblical solution (Malachi 4:4). The Israeli leaders must acknowledge Kahane was right about such sworn Arab enemies: THEY MUST GO. Israel must finish the EXCHANGE OF POPULATIONS the Ishmaelites started. THE ARABS IN ERETZ ISRAEL cannot be trusted, as they ve proven time and again. Israel must remove the STRANGER IN THY MIDST . David Ben-Ariel is a Christian-Zionist writer and author of Beyond Babylon: Europe s Rise and Fall. With a focus on the Middle East and Jerusalem, his analytical articles help others improve their understanding of that troubled region. Check out the Beyond Babylon blog.

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